In 2018 the prestigious integrative medicine research program with Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona School of Medicine accepted Dr. Uddoh as a research intern. She researched holistic approaches to stress management and advanced her stress model utilizing images and visualization. She has now incorporated heart rate variability (HRV) and biofeedback into her practice and completed a certificate toward Board Certification.
Dr. Uddoh is adamant that her stress management practice adheres to the highest standards of evidence-based research. She holds a master’s degree in clinical research administration (CRA).
Dr. Uddoh is a proud Fellow of the American Institute of Stress (AIS) and a contributing editor to the stress magazine entitled Contentment.
Marcia Uddoh, MD (candidate), PhD, MPH, MS, MSW, is a pioneer in Christian-based stress research with a specialization in neurology and cognition. In 2018 the prestigious integrative medicine research program with Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona School of Medicine accepted her as a research intern; she researched holistic approaches to stress management. Dr. Uddoh founded Stress Vitals Institute LLC, an evidence-based research institute that utilizes images, visualization, heart rate variability (HRV), and biofeedback. Her institute research studies aim to decrease stress and promote a purpose-filled life guided by the Christian faith and grounded on the social determinants of health (SODH), which contribute to human health and well-being. Dr. Uddoh's studies modeled on the Biopsychosocial-Spiritual view target Christian Alzheimer's and Christian refugee populations. To learn more about Stress Vitals Institute LLC's current studies, visit (www.stressvitals.com). All faiths are welcome. Dr. Uddoh is a fellow of the American Institute of Stress and contributing editor of the magazine Contentment.